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Luke Melia
Luke Melia lives in London and writes fiction in his spare time. His work has been highly commended in a number of competitions including the Tom Howard/John H. Reid Short Story Contest and the Bristol Prize. His story, 'The Application', features in the Highland and Islands Short Story Associations’ (HISSAC) Winners Anthology, published in December 2014. Earlier this year, his story 'The Novel Factory' was included in Unthology 6, an anthology of short stories by new and established writers published by Unthank Books. The same story had previously won second prize in the Writers' Village International Short Fiction Award Summer 2014.

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The Incidental

Prize Entry

April 2015

Luke Melia

Prize Entry

April 2015

The automatic rifle fire was followed by an unnerving whistle at Ti’s ear. He gripped the shopping bags, grabbed Lo Ling’s arm and pulled...

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Prize Entry

April 2017

Remain

Ed Lately

Prize Entry

April 2017

The apology had been the most charged and contested gesture between us, the common element in arguments whose subjects...

Interview

January 2017

Interview with David Thomson

Leo Robson

Interview

January 2017

David Thomson — the author of dozens of books, including an account of Scott’s expedition to the Antarctic and...

poetry

April 2012

The Disappearance

Dana Goodyear

poetry

April 2012

A yellow veil dropped down at evening, and when it lifted everyone was gone. Good mothers fled their young...

 

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